Tag Archives: winter interest

Hydrangea Petiolaris

Hydrangea Petiolaris a climbing plant which absolutely thrives in our Aberdeen garden Most climbing plants require support with trellis or wire,and very often a degree of skill with pruning and training the branches.

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Betula Jacquemontii Birch

The Himalayan Birch (Betula) Jacquemontii has attractive bright white bark and dark green leaves Carefully positioned, specimen trees can transform that rather nice garden into something sensational.

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Hamamelis Mollis

Hamamelis Mollis revisited today when at its very best There are a number of shrubs which flower in late Autumn and also in early Spring. Only two of which flower in the coldest months of January and February in Aberdeen come to … Continue reading

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Holly JC Van Tol

We all love the Holly bush, however it is extremely frustrating when they don’t form the berries which we have been eagerly awaiting. Try Holly JC Van Tol. I have planted Holly bushes on a number of occasions, a male and a female … Continue reading

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Sorbus Cashmiriana

Sorbus Cashmiriana an extremely ornamental Rowan If you are looking for an ornamental tree for the small garden this really is one to consider. Sorbus Cashmiriana found growing in the Himalayas, our Scottish climate seems to suit its requirements very well.

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